Frequently Asked Questions
Why rent a Jeep Rubicon? Jeep Rubicon is the most capable Jeep to ever roll off the assembly line. The Rubicon comes equipped with lockers front and rear, Dana 44 axles, Rocker panel protection, and Mud terrain tires. With all the great features Jeep has put into the Rubicon, Cliffhanger goes one step further and adds a 2.5 inch lift, and custom bumpers.
What kind of deposit is required?
Phone Reservations – We require a $100 deposit upon reservation. When you arrive, your credit card is run for the price of the rental (depending on the amount of days).
Online Reservations – Using our online booking service, you will pay for the entire rental up front.
Cancellation Policy – We have a seven day cancellation policy. Any reservations canceled prior to the 7 day cancellation period will receive a full refund minus a $20 processing charge.
What information will I need when I come to rent the Jeep? – You will need a current driver’s license, your insurance card, a major credit card, and the driver’s license number of any other additional driver that will be driving the jeep. The credit card and insurance card must have the same name as the person renting the jeep.
What happens if I damage a jeep? While the Jeep is rented to you, it is basically your vehicle. You will be responsible to pay for any damage that is done to the vehicle while in your possession. We do offer a tire and glass coverage for $25.00 per day that will cover the repair/replacement of 1 tire, and any glass damage. If you take it slow and are careful there shouldn’t be any problems.
What’s the age requirement to rent a Jeep? 25 years of age is the minimum requirement, and due to insurance reasons there are no exceptions.
It’s my first time driving a Jeep Off-Road what should I watch for? The main thing to remember and pay attention to is your speed. Take it slow. Make sure to watch where you are going, and never follow to close to others in your group. Following these basic suggestions will insure you with a fun safe trip.
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